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accompanied 75
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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accompanies

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | property that necessarily accompanies the species - as the faculty 2 1, 19 | without it; and such defect accompanies all created good.~Aquin.: 3 1, 19 | accidentally, so far as it ~accompanies a good, as appears in each 4 1, 19 | accompaniment. Now the evil ~that accompanies one good, is the privation 5 1, 19 | accidentally, unless the ~good that accompanies the evil were more desired 6 1, 20 | change therefore always accompanies an act of the sensitive ~ 7 1, 54 | lies in itself, action ~accompanies it: which cannot be said 8 1, 67 | form always and everywhere accompanies the ~species. But light 9 1, 55 | lies in itself, action ~accompanies it: which cannot be said 10 1, 68 | form always and everywhere accompanies the ~species. But light 11 1, 77 | the sweet and the bitter, accompanies ~touch in the tongue, but 12 1, 78 | common the ~action which accompanies the nature of the species, 13 1, 82 | free-will straightway accompanies the rational nature." But 14 1, 82 | that free-will straightway accompanies the ~rational power.~Aquin.: 15 1, 91 | of generation invariably ~accompanies the passive power. Among 16 2, 34 | of virtue, but that it accompanies it, as stated in Ethic. 17 2, 46 | several passions: since it accompanies sorrow, pleasure, and ~hope, 18 2, 76 | not cause, but follows or accompanies the sinful act.~Aquin.: 19 3, 31 | as far as lustful desire accompanies conception by sexual union. 20 3, 31 | a certain concupiscence accompanies ~its emission, as also that 21 3, 85 | penance is either a virtue or accompanies a virtue, ~rather than Baptism 22 Suppl, 41| concupiscence that always accompanies ~the marriage act is a shamefulness 23 Suppl, 49| The turpitude that always accompanies the marriage act and ~always 24 Suppl, 88| according to philosophers, accompanies that movement, namely ~the


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